Requisition Number: 03024444 Final Filing Date: 08-26-2019 Closing Date: Payroll Title: STEAMFITTER LEADWORKER Number of Positions: 1 Salary: $32.87-$43.37/HR Appointment Type: Career Appointment Description: 100% Fixed; Monday-Friday 7am-3:30pm Overtime Eligible (FLSA): Non-Exempt Union/HEERA Representation: This position is not represented by a collective bargaining unit
Location: Davis Allow Applicants to Attach: Resume Cover Letter References
Job Summary: Under the direction of Building Maintenance Services (BMS) Physical Plant Mechanic Supervisor, provide journey level skills in the Steamfitters trade and has Lead responsibilities for boilers, boiler experience required. The Boiler Lead has primary responsibility for managing steam and heating hot water boiler systems in university buildings. Responsibilities include all steam and heating hot water boiler systems in and outside university buildings. Leads the inspections and corrections for all steam and heating hot water boiler systems. Coordinates efforts with UCD EH&S representative to fulfill all regulatory requirements for campus remote boilers as defined by the Yolo/Solano Air Quality Management District (Y/S AQMD).Lead is responsible for maintaining boiler permits, collection of gas meter data, and submission of annual boiler gas through put reports as required by the Y/S AQMD. The Lead Worker does not have full formal supervisory authority for staff assigned to projects; however, in order to complete projects/assignments must be able to schedule and control the daily working arrangements for a specified group of employees. Installs, inspects, test and repairs all compressed air and vacuum systems such as single and two stage reciprocating, rotary sliding vane, helical screw and single screw. Assist Inspector/Planner/Estimators, engineers, superintendents or other staff with inspection, estimating, and review or preparation of specifications and drawings for work on steam and heating hot water systems.
Physical Demands: Climb ladders, on top of machinery and equipment, crawl, stoop, bend and work in confined spaces such as attics and sewer manholes. Lift and maneuver up to 50lbs; items such as large pipe wrenches, equipment, pumps, and tanks.
Work Environment: This position is subject to Medical Surveillance procedures and review in accordance with Federal and State Laws and Regulations and University Policy.
This position is subject to completion of a Pre-Placement Medical Exam provided by Employee Health Services at no charge to the applicant.
Work with or be in areas where hazardous materials and/or infectious diseases are present. Specific hazards include but are not limited to: asbestos, PCB's radioactive materials, industrial and laboratory chemicals, fuels, solvents, infectious materials and wastes, biological hazards and other materials labeled hazardous. Requires use of respirator and protective clothing.
Must possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License. Participate in the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Pull Notice System.
Work a non-standard work schedule that includes nights, weekends, or alternative schedules such as 80 hours in 8 or 9 shifts instead of 10. Supports critical campus functions operating 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. Required to participate in an 'on call' program to facilitate timely return of staff to the campus as required to meet critical needs. The on call program requires employee to inform the University how they can be reached during non-working hours, to carry University provided radios, cell phones, pagers or other telecommunications equipment which would facilitate communication between the campus and employee during non-work hours, or to accept rotating on-call responsibility which could periodically restrict the off-campus movements of the employee. If the employee's non-working hour movements are restricted by the University, employees will be compensated for their 'On-Call' time according to the established on call rates. If actually called into work, the employee will be compensated according to the established campus policies. Employees may also be required to return after an assigned shift due to business necessity or emergencies. Compensation for 'Call-Back' will be in accordance with campus policies.
UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. Additional information and specifics regarding the policy are available at http://breathefree.ucdavis.edu/index.html
Background Check Required: Yes
Minimum Qualifications: -Possess journey level knowledge and experience in the Steamfitters trade and related practices. Must be a journey level Steamfitter.
-Must possess a certificate of completion from a recognized union apprenticeship program, University apprenticeship program, accredited trade school or have the equivalent amount of experience and training comparable to a journey level craftsperson in Steam fitting. Non-certified applicants will have their training and experience evaluated by a Credentials Committee of Facilities Services Senior Superintendents and Senior Engineers to determine journey level status.
-Skill to fabricate, maintain, service, repair, replace, install and/or alter Steam, boiler, and other campus systems related to craft functions.
-Skill to inspect and perform preventive maintenance program on Steam and other campus systems related to craft functions.
-Analytical skill to understand and interpret technical data and mechanical and structural specifications and blueprints.
-Knowledge of construction and repair methods, materials, tools and equipment used in the Steam and pipefitting trade.
-Knowledge of modern Boiler principles, practice and standards.
-Knowledge and skill in the application and interpretation of applicable state and federal laws and regulations regarding boilers.
-Skill to review and interpret construction plans and specifications, boiler installation drawings, hydraulic calculations, safety equipment and instrumentation.
-Knowledge of applicable codes and regulations including national, state and local steam and pipe fitting codes, boiler regulations, and Cal-OSHA.
-Knowledge of safety and safe working practices related to the work including protective gear, techniques for working in areas containing hazardous materials including pathogens, PCB's, radioactivity, and other hazards, and working underground and aerially.
-Knowledge of job planning, lay out and basic estimating.
-Skills to meet customer/client expectations with an emphasis on quality, quantity and timeliness of work.
-Mathematics skills required for job planning and estimating.
Preferred Qualifications: -Interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills to clearly and effectively interact with a diverse group of individuals to secure and/or provide information to clarify situations, resolve problems.
-Skills to provide clearly written & understandable communications, reports & instructions.
-Organizational skills to understand and meet established unit goals, objectives, and project deadlines.
-Computer skills to manage work assignments; plan, track, manage costs and schedules.
-Skill to maintain logs and records related to work performed including use of computers; collecting and summarizing data.
-Skill to plan and direct the work of skilled, semi-skilled and apprentice workers.
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy.
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